The Publishing Industry towards a new Reality

Digitalisation is transforming the whole publishing industry, new business models that profoundly decreasing the dependency of the old is appearing and getting consolidated. In this spirit, the publishing companies are streamlining their cost structures, strengthening their balance sheets and restructuring their portfolios. The revenues for newspapers is becoming more diversified. …

Learning from the best – CERN offers programme for physics teachers

CERN that is located outside Geneva is one of the most respected science centres in the world. This European research organization operates e.g. the largest particle physics laboratory and it is also the place where the World Wide Web was born among many other inventions. CERN now offers a programme …

Liberal Arts and Emotional Intelligence leads towards a bright Future

eLearningworld News Professor Joseph LeDoux at New York University and Richard Brown, professor at the City University of New York, conclude in the latest issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that: “Emotions are not innately programmed into our brains, but, in fact, are cognitive states …

Latest News: Interest for Science is Growing, according to new survey

eLearningworld News from Germany The Science Barometer 2016 shows that 41% of the Germans are interested in subjects that relate to science comparing with 33% two years ago. While 70% claims that science do more good than harm for the society. “This faith in science is important to crucial questions …

Latest News: Warsaw University building new Centre for Digital Humanities and Data Analysis

eLearningworld News from Poland The Polish Government will provide financial support for Warsaw University to build new interdisciplinary research centres with focus on digital humanities, advanced methods of data analysis, economic sciences and psychology.The investment of totally more than €230 million (more than 1 billion Polish Zloty) during the coming …

Latest News: Next Generation Artificial Intelligence: Machine Teaches itself

eLearningworld News from US It almost 20 years ago IBM:s Deep Blue super-computer beat the reign world chess champion Gary Kasparov the first time. Deep Blue’s basic method to play the game was to evaluate every possible move, which would mean 200 million per second in DP:s case. While humans …